20 Best Canadian Education Podcasts of 2022

April 4, 2022

Are you wanting to learn more about canadian education? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is a curated list of the best canadian education podcasts of 2022.

We have selected these podcasts for a variety of reasons, but they are all well worth a listen. We tried to select a variety of podcasts across the spectrum from hosts with a wide breadth of experience.

Best Canadian Education Podcasts 2022

With thanks to ListenNotes, Crunchbase, SemRush and Ahrefs for providing the data to create and rank these podcasts.

Trapping Inc’s Scuttlebutt podcast

  • Publisher: Richard Mellon
  • Total Episodes: 84

Trapping Inc is the smash hit Canadian TV series that follows northern Alberta trappers Rich and Sandi Mellon’s life on the trapline in the Canadian wilderness. The Scuttlebutt Podcast is the back story or inside scoop into their lives and the personalities, companies, products and issues that shape modern trapping. Rich and Sandi have been married for 40 years and have a cheerful approach to life that shows in their dedication to education, conservation and concern for the management and future of trapping.

Residential Schools

  • Publisher: Historica Canada
  • Total Episodes: 6

“Residential Schools” is a three-part podcast series created by Historica Canada and hosted by Shaneen Robinson-Desjarlais. It aims to commemorate the history and legacy of residential schools, and honour the stories of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Survivors, their families, and communities. The Residential Schools podcast series is part of a larger awareness campaign created by Historica Canada and funded by the Government of Canada. Along with the podcast series, Historica Canada also offers a video series, an education guide, and several new entries on The Canadian Encyclopedia about the history and legacy of residential schools. Illustrations by Halie Finney.

Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast

  • Publisher: EPIC Podcast
  • Total Episodes: 74

The Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast delivers current, relevant, and Canadian educational content for those who share our passion for disasters and their management. We believe that disasters are everyone’s business, and that free and open access to education can drive the profession forward while improving preparedness for all Canadians. Listen as we interview leading experts in the field, review emerging and landmark publications, and debate important disaster issues. All this and more on EPIC Podcast: Current, Relevant, Canadian Proud Partner of IAEM Canada, and the Alberta Podcast Network

Canadian Outdoor Survival Podcast

  • Publisher: Bruce Zawalsky
  • Total Episodes: 33

The Canadian Outdoor Survival Podcast is a Monthly Podcast created to help explain Outdoor Survival, as well as highlighting some of the real challenges we face learning, practicing, and teaching in the Canadian Wilderness. Each seasons will be a mixture of overview episodes, specific skill based podcasts, and interviews with Survival Instructors and experts in various aspects of Outdoor Survival & Outdoor Education in Canada.

The Intern At Work: Internal Medicine

  • Publisher: The Intern At Work
  • Total Episodes: 133

A pan-Canadian learner-generated internal medicine podcast. The Intern at Work is written by residents for residents, and is meant to serve you better on the wards and on call. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended for educational use only and is not intended as the sole resource for clinical management. All scripts are original scripts. Podcasts produced out of Canada and may contain Canadian specific guidelines.Created by: Alison Lai Executive Producers: Laiya Carayannopoulos, Zahra Merali

Stroke FM

  • Publisher: Stroke FM
  • Total Episodes: 24

You’ve heard of thrombolysis? We are here to deliver anxiolysis when it comes to learning about stroke. We are a Stroke Educational podcast originally developed by a keen group of doctors in the Neurology program in Toronto. We are also the official podcast of the Canadian Stroke Consortium and will be releasing episodes with the prefix “CSC” to designate those podcasts. Ideas and opinions are our own and not any institution or hospital, and this podcast is not a substitute for expert medical advice. The purpose of this podcast is medical education. https://www.stroke.fm/the-team/disclaimer

GetBriefed Podcast

  • Publisher: MDBriefCase
  • Total Episodes: 22

GetBriefed Podcast is the latest mdBriefCase Group offering, developed to inform healthcare practitioners regarding a variety of relevant medical topics, and available on a convenient downloadable platform. Now, access education from leading medical experts on-the-go! mdBriefCase Group is Canada’s foremost, online continuing medical education (CME) provider, with a membership of over 110,000 Canadian healthcare practitioners who currently use and help shape content. We provide FREE multimedia, interactive and accredited learning programs written by leading medical specialists and developed by prestigious educational institutions.

Success Resources Podcast

  • Publisher: Success Resources
  • Total Episodes: 27

As a leading provider of educational resources, seminars and workshops to the global community, the Success Resources Podcast is an extension of our mission to be the world’s leading provider of life-changing education. The show is hosted by Canadian entrepreneur, Jake Nicolle. https://success-resources.com.au/podcast

Navaid Aziz

  • Publisher: Muslim Central
  • Total Episodes: 370

Navaid Aziz is a Canadian Muslim public figure with a diverse academic and social background. He was raised in Montreal, Quebec where he completed a diplome d’etudes collegiales in social sciences from Champlain College. He then proceeded to the Islamic University of Madinah, where he completed an Associate’s Degree in the Arabic Language and a Bachelors in Islamic Law. Upon returning home to Canada, Navaid began teaching for Al-Maghrib Institute. He has since transitioned to their Director of Public Relations. During this period, he volunteered as the Islamic Editor for Little Explorers Magazine and began his work as a family and youth counselor. It was also during this time that he established himself as a sought-after public speaker. He has lectured across five continents and over 20 countries thus far. In 2012, Navaid moved to Calgary, Alberta to become the Director of Religious and Social Services for the Islamic Information Society of Calgary, a position he currently holds. In Calgary his youth counseling work extended further to include helping in the mitigation of criminal radicalization. This included the creating and implementation of holistic youth programming which included civic engagement opportunities, volunteer programs at the local shelters, community cleanups, tree planting days, and blood drives amongst other things. In 2015, Navaid became the first ever Muslim chaplain with the Calgary Police Services. Through his involvement with CPS he consulted in the development of their world-renowned ReDirect program. In 2018, Navaid also joined the Organization for the Prevention of Violence in Alberta as a programming and intervention coordinator. His focus remains on increasing education, literacy, and dialogue through multiple communities. Navaid’s free time is spent exploring local eateries, traveling, and hiking the Canadian Rockies. He is also known to enjoy playing basketball and hosting game nights—with Monopoly and Cranium being his favorites.

Brain Boss

  • Publisher: Jen Pillipow
  • Total Episodes: 29

Jen Pillipow is a Canadian writer, teacher, podcaster, and subconscious coach. She creates online workshops in personal development so you can bring your most authentic self to your work and relationships. She offers online workshops, group sessions, and works 1:1 with clients who desire a guided subconscious transformation.

She lives in Saskatoon, SK with her husband and 4-year-old son. 

I humbly acknowledge the land and water that sustains us, where I work, play, create, and live is on traditional lands, referred to as Treaty 6 Territory encompassing the traditional territories of numerous First Nations, including the Cree and Métis homeland.

As a white, heterosexual woman, I am committed to educating myself and investing in education about racial, systemic, discriminatory and social justice issues.

© 2021 JEN PILLIPOW All Rights Reserved 

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Immigration on the Canadian Prairies

  • Publisher: Lindsay Rubeniuk
  • Total Episodes: 25

There is so much information about Canadian immigration on the internet but do you know what critical information is missing? It’s the communities you can live in! Where you chose to live determines your quality of life this includes your mental & physical well-being. So with all the research into “how” to immigrate to Canada, how about we spend time learning about “where” you could live your best life? If you agree, this is the podcast for you! We will look at various communities across the Canadian Prairies & review their career opportunities, housing market, community services, education, recreation & their amenities. The essential information you will want to know when choosing where to live in our vast country.  We will also be delivering Canadian Immigration tips as well as career advice to give you even further insight.  If this sounds like something that sparks your interest then join Lindsay Rubeniuk as she takes you on a journey through the Canadian Prairies to help you discover the possible places to immigrate to!

The Allied Health Financial Podcast: Personal Finance, Budgeting, Debt Repayment, Insurance and Investing

  • Publisher: Allied Health Financial: Personal Finance for Canadian Healthcare Professionals
  • Total Episodes: 106

Evidence-based personal finance education for Canadian healthcare professionals. We make complicated financial information simple and get you started on the journey to build personal wealth and reach financial independence. Discover how to budget, build an emergency fund, pay off debt, invest in your TFSA and RRSP. We’ll talk about life insurance, disability insurance, critical illness insurance, ETFs, mutual funds, high-interest savings accounts, stocks, bonds… we cover it all. We are members of the Canadian allied health community so we understand your struggle when it comes to understanding your finances, and we’ve got solutions for you. We take the guesswork out of managing your money so you can focus on what you love – helping your clients THRIVE. Managing your finances does not have to be complicated! You’re not going to want to miss this. Hit subscribe and get ready to change your life.

Yahya Ibrahim

  • Publisher: Muslim Central
  • Total Episodes: 619

Yahya Ibrahim is Canadian by birth and education, Egyptian through a rich ancestry, Turkish via the blessing of marriage to Songul and Australian by Choice of residence and migration. Since his early teens Yahya has been talking about Islam to Muslims and non-Muslims. He was blessed with numerous opportunities to meet, translate, study and teach alongside some of the Islamic world’s top scholars. Yahya Ibrahim began memorizing the Qur’an at the age of 16 and finished 20 months later, receiving an ijazah (certification) in proficiency and an instruction to teach. He began lecturing at the age of 17 and has been involved in the Islamic community since 1993, Alhamdulillah. Ustadh Yahya is blessed now to be living in Perth, Western Australia with his wife and three wonderful children – Shireen, Omar and Adam. He is a regular lecturer to Muslim and non-Muslim audiences their and around the world. He travels in Australasia, Africa, South East Asia, Europe and Canada to deliver lectures on Islam and Muslims to a variety of audiences. He is committed to spreading a message to Muslims that empowers them spiritually and helps them integrate into the broader community. He is born in the west, raised in the west and lives in the west. A message of anti-militancy, religious tolerance and moral universality are a part of his outlook.

A Place to Belong

  • Publisher: Historica Canada
  • Total Episodes: 7

In 1971, Canada became the first country in the world to adopt an official multiculturalism policy. It was meant to preserve cultural freedoms and recognize the contributions of diverse groups to Canadian society. Today it’s a defining feature of the Canadian identity. But for much of our history, that wasn’t the case. We explore the reasons why in this five-part series, A Place to Belong: A History of Multiculturalism in Canada, produced by Historica Canada and made possible in part by the Government of Canada. A Place to Belong is part of a larger education campaign created by Historica Canada and made possible in part by the Government of Canada. Along with the podcast series, Historica Canada also offers a video series and an education guide about the history of multiculturalism in Canada. Visit historicacanada.ca for more. FOLLOW US! Instagram: https://instagram.com/historicacanada/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/HistoricaCanada TikTok: https://tiktok.com/@historicacanada Facebook: https://facebook.com/Historica.Canada/ Pinterest: https://pinterest.ca/historicac/_saved/


  • Publisher: Mindy Caterina & Garrett Jamieson
  • Total Episodes: 12

Canadian podcast about laws and rights ***Winner: 2019 Clawbies, Best Podcast*** ***Nominee: Canadian Podcast Awards 2020, Outstanding Education Series***

CAG Podcast

  • Publisher: Canadian Association of Gastroenterology
  • Total Episodes: 51

The podcast of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology (CAG). Digestible Bites of GI Education! The CAG Podcast is primarily intended to meet the educational needs of the CAG membership, including Adult and Pediatric Gastroenterologists, Basic Scientists and Trainees. Content valid on the date recorded, recommendations may change over time.

A Tincture of Time Podcast

  • Publisher: Stephie Massey & Stacy Bobak
  • Total Episodes: 11

Stacy and Steph share their story of accessing medical cannabis as breast cancer patients. As co-founders of EduCanNation, a Canadian nonprofit organization that provides evidence-based cannabis education and supports certified cannabis educators, Steph and Stacy share the knowledge they have learned as certified cannabis educators to help advocate for the patient and the plant. Their stories of staying positive and hopeful despite the hardship of a breast cancer diagnosis, helps to remind us that we are always stronger than we think we are.

Small Brains, Big Dreams

  • Publisher: Newborn Brain Society & Canadian Premature Babies Foundation
  • Total Episodes: 4

Leading researchers and clinicians in the field of neurology reflect on the role of mentorship in Small Brains, Big Dreams, a podcast series created by Newborn Brain Society, in partnership with the Canadian Premature Babies Foundation. The Newborn Brain Society is a non-profit organization supporting a world in which all newborns have access to and receive the optimal brain care. We promote international, multi-disciplinary collaboration, education, and innovation among clinicians, scientists, and parents. Small Brains, Big Dreams is hosted by preemie parent & journalist, Jenna Morton. Connect with us at newbornbrainsociety.org, on Facebook @NewbornBrainSociety, and on Twitter @ NewbornBrains.

You Do The Talking

  • Publisher: Onsum & Lindsay Nelson
  • Total Episodes: 24

Lindsay Nelson and Onsum are two hyper-curious Canadian teenagers, always questioning the ways of politics, education, and world issues. Neither of them have earned an undergraduate degree or high school diploma (yet), but they refuse to have their opinions and questions go unheard in a world where the voices of youth are often drowned by the flood of policy-makers, educators, and politicians. Join Lindsay and Onsum every Friday to dive into modern-day issues that have a massive impact on the way today’s youth view our incredibly complex and frenetic world.

Adventures Through The Mind

  • Publisher: James W. Jesso
  • Total Episodes: 171

Adventures Through The Mind is an interview-based podcast hosted by Canadian author and public educator, James W. Jesso. Although the show topics range—from spirituality, mental health, and emotional maturity; to love, relationships and sexuality; to history, philosophy, and neuroscience—there are two underlying themes that intersect them all: psychedelics & the mind. James W. Jesso is the author of Decomposing The Shadow: Lessons From The Psilocybin Mushroom and The True Light Of Darkness, both about his experiences exploring the potentials of psychedelics.

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